Primarily this week I will refer to you my ongoing series on why I program in Perl, over in my Other Blog.
However, it’s also Christmas-time again—
But my favorite clip was Bill O’Reilly pointing out that, since Hannukah came in November this year, saying “happy holidays” didn’t make any sense because Christmas was now the only holiday left. I suppose if you celebrate Kwanzaa, Yule, or Pancha Ganapati, Bill considers you beneath notice. Somehow I can’t help but feel that’s contrary to what is generally considered to be the Christmas spirit.
This year we introduced our kids to A Charlie Brown Christmas for the first time. Aside from having awesome music (interesting side note: I heard “Linus and Lucy” on a radio station playing Christmas music the other day—
In any event, I wish you all the very best holiday you could possibly have, no matter what it may be, no mater whether it’s come and gone or is yet to come. And, if you celebrate Christmas as I do, I hope you really enjoy the Mystery Days this year.
* ™ Jon Sime
** If you click on that Daily Show link, be sure and watch the second video that pops up as well, for maximum cognitive dissonance.
*** Okay, not very long before I was born, but a bit.